What's the hardest thing about publishing an e-book? If you said writing it, you'd be wrong. It turns out that by far, after searching for a graphic designer to set the book into the different file formats for the various e-readers -- and I found her only after conducting dozens of interviews on Craig's List -- the most frustrating part of the entire process was submitting the book for sale on iTunes.
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Monday, December 3, 2012
Advise for E-Book Authors + More
Posted by J The Travel Authority at 1:29 PM
Labels: books, media, savvy travel, travel tips
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This is a very timely post. I've been in the process of creating my first ebook and I'm glad to know in advance about the potential pitfalls.
Hi Samuel, Glad I could provide you with some useful advice. If you need any other tips on authoring and publishing an e-book, don't hesitate to ask me.
I'm heading into the e-book business in 2013, so love hearing of your experiences with it.
Hi Jane, Good luck with your up coming e-book. And if I can provide any other tips, don't hesitate to ask.
The sounds like a headache! But aren't you glad it's all done?
Hi MyKidsEatSquid, Headache big time. But, would you believe, I've had some people asking me when I'm going to do a revision! (And this book is barely two months old.)
Your illustrations are great! They make the book come alive~
Hi Irene, Thanks. Yes, I'm very happy with the illustrations. (I'm all about the cuteness factor.)
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